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Audit & Regulatory Governance Manager

Employer
Hays.
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
28 Jan 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Senior Manager, Audit & Regulatory Governance - Technology

Provides Oversight and primary liaison for all Cybersecurity audit & regulatory engagements.

Key Responsibilities

  • Take ownership of the first line cyber regulatory compliance function and ensure all compliance matters are quality driven and centrally supported with best practice
  • Act as the point of contact for all cyber related Internal Audit and External audit actions undertaken.
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining a central repository of Cybersecurity regulatory guidance aligned to NIST FSSCC and Cybersecurity Standards with workflow delivering timely evidence and responses to regulatory exams, questionnaires, and assessments.
  • Develop a centralised repository of Cybersecurity audit & regulatory evidence and responses for re-use and with reporting.
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining a combined (COMCO) central repository of customer responses (RFI’s) to NIST FSSCC with workflow delivering timely, consistent responses to RFIs.
  • Develop a centralised repository of RFI responses for re-use and with reporting.
  • Engage partners in governance forums for awareness and resolve critical issues.
  • Work closely with Compliance and second line of defence teams to ensure all regulatory and customer responses are addressed in a timely manner.
  • Oversight and management of direct reports required to deliver against LSEG’s regulatory and customer obligations.
  • Work with senior stakeholder management to ensure conformance with Regulatory, Company and Industry standards
  • Reporting regular updates to relevant committees and management teams, including producing the required Metrics

Leadership responsibilities

  • The role is expected to motivate and lead a team of analysts and will be seen by stakeholders as a trusted partner in a 'high support and high challenge' relationship.
  • Experience
  • Understanding and working knowledge of control frameworks based on industry best practices such as NIST, COBIT, and ISO27001.
  • Understanding of key regulatory requirements for technology and cyber security in the main LSEG operating centres
  • Cyber security qualification e.g. CISSP / CISM (desirable)
  • Information Security auditing qualification e.g. CISA (desirable)
  • Demonstrable working knowledge and understanding of key cyber security controls such as Vulnerability Management, Identity & Access Management, Authentication and Authorisation systems, Data Protection, Application Security, Secure Application Development practices, Third-Party and Cloud security.
  • Degree or Masters qualification in Cyber, Information Security or IT management (desirable)
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